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Poor Village School Students Need Your Support
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    from Sirsi, Karnataka


Hello to every supporters. We are here in a village that need your help in getting better education. Around 20 village didn't have better education facility to children. So students in his village need to get help.

We can't change everything

 Research reveals that 1 in 3 school-going children in India cannot read fluently. Children who are unable to read are unable to learn, as they can’t understand what is being taught to them.
And that contributes to the high dropout rates in schools. That Is the reason that we are working towards getting children to read. However, once children do learn to read, it is critical to nurture that habit, so that they begin to enjoy it, and continue to read. To cultivate a reading habit,
it is essential for children to have access to books and libraries.

Main Problem

In India there is a large gap between students who are getting books and may poor children are not getting even a note book. The reason is the income level is not sufficient for their life. How they can offer their children note books.

Our Mission
Our main mission and aim is to provide every poor village school students necessary books - ''To Put A Note Book In every Poor Village Student''The current Donate-a-book helped more than 2000 students without the help of organization or any people.

About The Person Who Want Your Support

S.K.Umakanth  is just a normal guy! But don’t get fooled by his modesty, for the task he has undertaken is herculean – inculcating the love for reading and education in Karnataka. Umakanth has some refreshing thoughts on education. He believes that literary skills are
mistaken for bookish knowledge to satisfy the competitive world, but education should be holistic. He
therefore believes in the power of good stories. He wants Kannada and English books for the library.

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